Sunday, April 22, 2012

#SilentSunday



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  1. He looks like you have just told him a really bad joke... What do you get if you cross a kangaroo with a sheep? A woolly jumper. Yep, same expression!

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  2. Actually I told him this one:- What do you call a sheep with no legs? A cloud.

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  3. I was thinking that it was more a case of a difficult labour and that there are a couple of cute little lambs just out of camera shot!

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    1. We saw baby calves and piglets but I don't remember little lambs - I'll have to go check the photos again.

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  4. Definitely not looking terribly amused. Must have thought it was a really baa-d joke. (oh dear....)

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    1. Oh shucks, I was going to use that for a reply :P.

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  5. awww, think he is wondering, why are they taking a picture of me x

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  6. Love visiting farms, great interaction for kids. Looks like she wasnt scared to be photographed x

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    1. The animals are used to it. DD was a bit nervous at times though.

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  7. Sheep: You lookin at me? You lookin at me?! (Sheep with a Robert De Niro complex) :)

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    1. I suspected he was head of the sheep mafia but I couldn't prove anything unfortunately.

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    1. Yes, that's what I was thinking as I took the picture.

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  9. We went to the farm this week. Looks like you managed a slightly drier day!

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    1. It was a lovely day last week. We were very lucky.

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  10. Baa! He looks a bit sheepish ;)

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  11. baaa hello there! great photo :)

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    1. All credit to the very photogenic sheep.

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  12. Was this part of your trip here? Great sheep portrait!

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    1. I asked but she declined with a demure, "not bloddy likely!"

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  14. This is SO not my best side?

    xx Jazzy

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  15. And this old thing that I just flung on this morning is so not what I usually wear.

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  16. this is really useful, it's something I'd considered but not the practicalities.
    I am still sorry we never got to meet in London - so near and yet so far!

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    1. Me too. We will meet one day. I guess this comment was meant for the post on renting out your home - unless you were considering becoming a sheep. ;)

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